October 1, 2010

Ditto That

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Huh, I didn't notice that, but maybe I liked Ditto's limited edition Why Shapes What? book so much because of its gorgeously saturated palette?

I wonder what Untitled (300x404) would look like stencil-printed on a Riso V8000? How would that even work? I will investigate.

Meanwhile, I hear from attendees that the known-to-be-beautiful 20x200.com prints of Untitled (300x404) do, in fact, look good at the Affordable Art Fair this weekend. As an added bonus: it's being held indoors.

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